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Silkscreen prints, lithographs, posters


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    Lithograph Sheila Hicks
    Carnets de 1965 (Notebooks dated 1965), 2016

    With Falda, 1960, made in Oaxaca, Mexico, and a postcard of an Egyptian bust from the 18th dynasty in the Museum of Archeology, Florence; with Saddle Prayer Rug, 1965, made in Wuppertal, Germany, and a view of a market in Peru the same year
    Lithograph 6 colors on BFK Rives 250g paper, 60 x 40 cm
    Edition of 130 copies numbered and signed by the artist
    Printed by Idem, Paris / 300


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    Silkscreen Ragnar Kjartansson

    2015
    Bonjour
    Lithograph ( BFK Rives, 49cm x 70cm, printed on 150 exemplaries,
    numbered and signed on the back

    Printing Atelier Idem Paris / 300€


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    300€
    Lithograph David Maljković

    2014
    Lithograph ( BFK Rives, 49cm x 70cm, printed on 150 exemplaries, numbered and signed

    Printing Atelier Idem Paris / 300€


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    Lithograph Jennifer Allora / Guillermo Calzadilla, 2013

    2013
    Cyclope de chèvre domestique Capra hircus, Fennec Vulpes zerda juvénile, Cabri de Chèvre des Rocheuses Oreamnos americanus © Didier Lebon
    Lithograph ( BFK Rives, 45cm x 66cm, printed on 150 exemplaries, numbered and signed
    Printing Atelier Idem Paris / 300€


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    Urs Fischer
    Screen Print

    2012
    Urs Fischer
    was born in 1973 in Zurich and studied photography at the Schule für Gestaltung, Zurich. He has exhibited extensively internationally, and his work is included in many important public and private collections worldwide. His solo exhibitions include “Madame Fisscher,” Palazzo Grassi,
    Venice (2012); Skinny Sunrise,” Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna (2012); “Oscar the Grouch,” The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich, Connecticut (2010); “Marguerite de Ponty,” New Museum, New York (2009); Cockatoo Island,  Kaldor Art Projects and the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust, Sydney (2007); “Mary Poppins,” Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston, Texas (2006); “Paris 1919,” Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2006); “Jet Set lady,” Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan (2005); “Kir Royal,” Kunsthaus Zürich (2004); and “Not My House Not My Fire,” Espace
    315, Centre Pompidou, Paris (2004). 
    His work has been presented in numerous group exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale (2003, 2007, and 2011); “Lustwarande 2011—Blemishes,” Park De Oude Warande, Museum De Pont, Tilburg, The Netherlands (2011); “L’invention de l’oeuvre: Rodin et les ambassadeurs,” Musée Rodin, Paris (2011); “Modern British Sculpture,” Royal Academy of Arts, London (2011); “Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century,” New Museum, New York (2007–2008); “Fractured Figure: Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection,” Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens (2007–2008); “Sequence 1: Painting and Sculpture in the François Pinault Collection,” Palazzo Grassi, Venice (2007); and “Cinq milliards d’années,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2006–2007). Urs Fischer lives and works in New York.

    Screen print, 100 numbered prints, signed by the artist. Sunray Smooth paper, 300 g. format 100 cm x 150 cm 
    Printed by Urs Fischer 's Studios 

    300 euros
     


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    Lithographie Anri Sala
    Cactus Score 2011

    2011

    Lithography on vellum paper BFK rives, 110 numbered on the back, with certificate of authenticity signed by the artist, 45 cm x 60 cm realised by Atelier Idem Paris 

    300 euros


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    Walid Raad Screen Print
    Scratching on Things I could Disavow, 2010.

    Walid Raad (born 1967 in Chbanieh, Lebanon) is a contemporary media artist. The Atlas Group is a fictional collective, the work of which is produced by Walid Raad.His works to date include video, photography and literary essays. All, in one way or another, deal with the contemporary history of Lebanon with particular emphasis on the wars in Lebanon between 1975 to 1991. The work is also often concerned with the representation of traumatic events of collective historical dimensions; and the ways film, video, and photography function as documents of physical and psychological violence. He is also a member of the Arab Image Foundation.

    Signed by Walid Raad, end of March 2011

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    100€
    Ugo Rondinone Screen Print

    2009
    Ugo Rondinone, born in 1962 in Brunnen, is a major Swiss contemporary artist. His installations frequently involve a performance by the artist and are shot in video. They often stage a central character, the artist’s alter ego, a clown, a figure of despair and disappointment.
    Ugo Rondinone’s work explores psychological and emotional depths, using banal, everyday elements, with various references to literature, music, theatre. He creates sensory environments which fuse the inside and the outside.
    Ugo Rondinone lives and works in Zürich and New York. He is represented in France by Almine Rech Gallery.
    75x105 (41.3x29.5 in) screen print on vellum paper. 295 numbered, artist-signed prints.
    100 euros.


     


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    Ryoji Ikeda
    Screen print of black and white Diptych

    2008
    Ryoji Ikeda is a Japanese sound artist, born in 1966 in Gifu (Japan), currently living in Paris. He started out as a DJ in 1990 and his practice progressively evolved towards sound art. His work belongs to post-techno, minimal electroacoustics. He quickly became part of the Japanese collective Dumb Type, which performed twice for the Festival d’Automne. He is one of the most interesting artists in the minimal electronic scene. He illuminated Paris and Barcelona during the « Nuit blanche » in 2008. The Festival d’Automne and the Laboratoire presented V≠L.
    Screen print of black and white Diptych on vellum paper, with a matt and glossy, relief effect, with screen-printed varnish highlights, printed on Arches 88 paper, 300 grams, 105x75 cm (41.3x29.5 in), by Atelier Eric Seydoux. 100 numbered, artist-signed prints.
    Price of the diptych : 650 euros.

     


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    Alexandre Ponomarev Screen Print

    2007
    Alexandre Ponomarev was born in 1957 in Dniepropetrovsk, Russia. His work is deeply inspired by his past as a sailor and naval engineer. His work shows his fascination with the sea and the sea world.
    For the 2006 FIAC, he presented an imposing hull in the Tuileries Park, picked from an actual submarine. The work catches the eye. Painted and topped with periscopes emitting music, the killing machine resembles some attraction in an amusement park.
    56x76 screen print on Rives vellum paper, Jesus format, Maya, l’Ile perdue, 200 numbered, artist-signed prints. 300€
     


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    Silkscreen Ernesto Neto

    Screen print, 200 numbered prints, signed by the artist. BFK Rives format 50 cm x 60 cm (19.7x23.6 in). 300 euros


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    Ernesto Neto Screen Print

    2006
    Ernesto Neto was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1964. In the 1980s, he studied sculpture and attended urban intervention classes. He mainly uses polyamid tights and other more flexible, common materials. His sculptures using the skin-like fabric evoke the human body. In the late 1990s, he developped « rockets » - structures made of a supple, transparent fabric, which the visitors can enter. Ernesto Neto’s work lies between sculpture and installation.
    Poster on vellum paper, BFK Ribes format.
    Screen print, 200 numbered prints, signed by the artist. BFK Rives format 50 cm x 60 cm (19.7x23.6 in). 300 euros

     


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    Michal Rovner Screen Print

    2005
    Michal Rovner, born in 1957 in Tel-Aviv, is an Israeli photographer and video artist who creates images and installations poised on the real or symbolic boarders between reality and fiction, fixed and moving images, photograpahy, calligraphy and painting. In collaboration with Jeu de paume, the Festival d’Automne presented Fields of Fire, conceived in collaboration with Heiner Goebbels for the sound part. Living Landscape, a 42-ft high triangular video wall is permanently installed at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
    Numbered, artist-signed screen print. Print run : 200. 300 euros


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    Nan Goldin Screen Print

    2004
    Nan Goldin, born in 1953 in Washington D.C. (USA), is an American photographer. Her work is inseparable from her life: marked by her sister’s suicide, she started out photographing her family. Her work resembles a family album, both in its technique and choice of subjets.
    57x76 cm (22.4x29.9 in) screen print on vellum paper. Not signed. 100 euros


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    Gérard Garouste Screen Print

    2003
    Gérard Garouste, born on March 10, 1946 in Paris, is a French painter, illustrator, decorator and sculptor. In the 1980s, he became one of the most important and internationally acclaimed French painters. Since 1979, he has been living and working in Marcilly-sur-Eure in France, where he founded an educational and social association to help children through art, named La Source.
    56x76 cm (22x 29.9 in) screen print on vellum paper. 200 numbered prints, signed by the artist. 100 euros

     


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    Alain Séchas Screen Print

    2002
    Alain Séchas was born in Colombes in 1955. One of the most internationally acclaimed French artist, Alain Séchas’ work is directly connected to current affairs. With disquieting humanity, he has used cats as the main object of his art.
    50x70 cm (19.7x27.5 in) screen print on vellum paper, numbered, signed by the artist. Print run : 180. 300 euros
     


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    Jenny Holzer

    2001
    Jenny Holzer, born in 1950 in Gallipolis (USA). In 1977, she left painting and turned to writing, stressing the importance of language and the questionning of representation. She follows the tradition of minimal and conceptual art. She lives and works in New York. In 2001, she presented Je lis ta peau at Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière and urban projections on Saint-Eustache Church and the Louvre Museum.
    50x70 cm (19.7x27.5 in) Screen Print on glazed paper, signed by the artist. 300 euros


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    Anselm Kieffer Screen Print

    2000
    Anselm Kieffer, born on March 8, 1945 in Donaueschingen, is a German contemporary artist who has been living and working in France since 1993. His works are part of the collections of the most prominent museums in the world. In 2007, three of his works (Anthanor, Danaë and Hortus) entered the permanent collections of the Louvre Museum. He also inaugurated the event Monumenta at the Grand Palais the same year.
    Screen print, 50x65 cm (19.7x25.6 in) on vellum paper, signed at the back by the artist, numbered. 300 euros

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    Martin Puryear Screen Print

    1999
    Martin Puryear, born in 1941 in Washington, was one of the first African-American artists to gain international recognition. His work fuses cultures and categories, mixing sculpture, architecture and craft, and moves beyond national styles and current affairs. His sculptors have entered major American museums, such as the Chicago Art Institute, the Museum of Modern Art and the National Gallery
    Screen print, 51x65 cm (20.1x25.6 in) on vellum paper. Signed by the artist. Not numbered. Photography Olivier Chabrillange, graphic intervention Martin Puryear. 300 euros
     


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    Anish Kapoor Screen Print

    1998
    Anish Kapoor was born in 1954 in India and lives in London. His work was showcased at the Guggenheim Museum in New York and at the Royal Academy in London (2009). He is the invited artist to the 2012 Munumenta at the Grand Palais in Paris.
    Presentation of Her Blood at Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière in 1998.
    Screen print on vellum paper, 50 x70 cm (19.7x27.5 in). 100 euros
     


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    Tadashi Kawamata Screen Print

    1997
    Tadashi Kawamata was born in 1953 in Japan. He often uses salvaged materials (wood or cardboard elements) to modify our perception of space. He teaches at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. In May 2010, he tied aerial wood sheds on the metallic architecture of Centre Pompidou.
    Screen print, 45x65 cm (17.7x25.6 in) on vellum paper. Print run: 180. Signed by the artist. 300 euros.
     


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    Bill Viola exhibition Poster

    1996
    Bill Viola, born in 1951 in New York. In 1996, he presented the Fire, Water, Breath trilogy at Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière. He also explores the theme of passions, displacing Classic painterly compositions in contemporary settings, as in The Greeting after The Visitation by Pontormo, a XVIth century painter. The work was presented at the Festival d’Automne at Saint-Eustache Church in 2000. Bill Viola represented the United-States at the 46th Venice Biennal in 1995.
    Generic poster on glazed paper, 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in) of the Fire, Water, Breath exhibit at Chapelle Saint Louis de la Salpêtrière. 50 euros


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    Bill Viola Poster

    1996
    Bill Viola, born in 1951 in New York. In 1996, he presented the Fire, Water, Breath trilogy at Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière. He also explores the theme of passions, displacing Classic painterly compositions in contemporary settings, as in The Greeting after The Visitation by Pontormo, a XVIth century painter. The work was presented at the Festival d’Automne at Saint-Eustache Church in 2000. Bill Viola represented the United-States at the 46th Venice Biennal in 1995.
    Generic poster on glazed paper, 48x68 cm (18.9x26.8)  50 euros


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    Rebecca Horn Poster

    1995
    Rebecca Horn was born on March 24, 1944 in Michelstadt, Germany. Mostly known for her installations, her work has been exhibited at Los Angeles’ MOCA, at New York’s Guggenheim Museum, at the National Gallery in Berlin and at the Tate Gallery in London.
    « Funérailles des instruments » was a 1995 exhibit at Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière.
    Exhibit poster for Funérailles des instruments. 50 euros.
     


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    Gilles Aillaud Poster

    1994
    Gilles Aillaud (born in 1928 in Paris the son of architect Emile Aillaud, died on March 24, 2005 in Paris) was a French painter and scenographer, who famously collaborated with Klaus Michael Grüber at Berlin Schaubühne and Giorgio Strehler at Piccolo Teatro in Milan.
    Poster on stiff paper 56x36 cm (22x14 in). 50 euros.
     


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    Jean-Charles Blais Screen Print

    1993
    Jean-Charles Blais, born in 1956 in Nantes, is a French painter. Gallery exhibits at Yvon Lambert Gallery in Paris and Leo Castelli Gallery in New York. In 1990, he decorated the Assemblée nationale metro station in Paris with a gigantic wall of printed posters, which are renewed regularly.
    Signed screen print on vellum paper, 56x38 (22x15 in). Not numbered. Print run : 150. 300 euros.


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    Miquel Barceló Poster

    1992
    Miquel Barceló Artigues, born in 1957 in Felanitx, on the Spanish island of Majorca, is a Catalan artist associated with the neo-expressionist movement. In 2009, he represented Spain at the Venice Biennal, which showed his works from the years 2000s. The Yvon Lambert Gallery presents dedicates a major exhibit to Miquel Barceló for the 2010 Festival d’Avignon, in partnership with the Palais des Papes and the Petit Palais museum.
    Generic poster on stiff paper without margins, 52x35 cm (20.5x13.8 in). 50 euros.


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    Jasper Johns Screen Print

    1991
    Jasper Johns, born in 1930 in Augusta, Georgia (USA), is a painter who initiated Pop Art, together with Robert Rauschenberg. Since his first exhibit at Leo Castelli Gallery, he has been regularly showcased at New York’s MOMA. Michelle and Barrak Obama have bought works by Jasper Johns.
    Screen print on vellum paper, 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). 200 euros.
     


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    Robert Wilson Poster

    1990
    Robert Wilson, born in 1941 in Waco, Texas, is an American stage director and artist present on all international stages.
    Since the creation of the Festival d’Automne in 1972, Robert Wilson has been showing his work there, from Einstein on the Beach to The Threepenny Opera in 2009.
    Generic poster on vellum paper, 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). Original drawing. 60 euros.

     


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    Pierre Alechinsky Poster

    1989
    Pierre Alechinsky, born in 1927 in Brussels, is a Belgian painter and engraver whose work combines expressionism and surrealism. In 1949, he joined the Cobra movement. In 1998, the Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume in Paris dedicated an exhibition to his work, followed by the Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges-Pompidou in 2004.
    In 1972, he created the Festival d’Automne’s logo.
    Generic poster on vellum paper, 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). 100 euros.

     


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    Sigmar Polke Poster

    1988
    Sigmar Polke, born in 1941 in Oels/Schlesien, Germany. Together with his contemporary Gerhard Richter, he challenged academic art and developed a movement called « capitalist realism ». In 1986, he was awarded the Golden Lion at the 42nd Venice Biennal. In 2002, he was awarded the Praemium Imperiale prize by Japan’s art association.
    Generic poster on stiff paper 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). (Not used for this edition). 60 euros.
     


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    Mario Mertz Poster

    1987
    Mario Mertz, born in 1925 in Milan, died in Turin, is a artist belonging to the Arte Povera movement.
    Throughout the years, many exhibitions have been dedicated to Mertz in prominent museums around the world, including Basel’s Kunsthalle, New York’s Guggenheim Museum, Barcelona’s Fundació Antoni Tàpies, and the Carré d'Art in Nîmes. En 2003, he was awarded the Praemium Imperiale prize in Japan.
    Generic poster on glazed paper, 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). 60 euros.
     


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    Christian Boltanski Poster

    1986
    Christian Boltanski is a French artist, born in 1944 in Paris. A photographer, sculptor and filmmaker, he is primarily known for his installations and recognized as one of the most prominent French contemporary artists. He teaches at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris and lives in Malakoff.
    In 2010, he presented « Personnes », a gigantic installation in the Grand Palais nave, as part of the event « Monumenta ».
    Generic poster on stiff paper, 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). 60 euros.


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    Antoni Tàpies Poster

    1984
    Antoni Tàpies, born in 1923 in Barcelona, is a painter and sculptor considered as one of the most important artists in the second half of the XXth century. His work is present in all major collections worldwide.
    Generic poster on glazed paper, 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). 60 euros.


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    Pierre Fernandez Arman Poster

    1973
    Arman Pierre Fernandez, born 17 November 1928, died 22 October 2005 in New York, was a painter and sculptor mostly known for his « accumulations ».
    In 1985, two of his accumulations were installed at Saint-Lazare Station in Paris, one made of clocks, L’Heure de tous, and the other made of luggage items, Consigne à vie.
    Generic poster 40x60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 in). Very rare. 60 euros.


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    La Dispute Poster

    1973
    A poster of La Dispute staged by Patrice Chéreau.
    In French theatre, Marivaux’s La Dispute is as legendary as Le Cid presented in Avignon. Patrice Chéreau’s 1973 production for the Festival d’Automne deeply marked its time. He directed three magnificent versions of the play, making it all the more difficult for his successors.
    Very rare. 50 euros.
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